How Spanish Manchego Cheese Is Made At A 200-Year-Old Dairy | Regional Eats

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Manchego cheese is made in a part of Spain that is called La Mancha, which is just south of Madrid. Evidence of cheesemaking in this region dates to the Bronze Age. We visited Finca La Granja, a fifth-generation family farm that’s been making cheese since the 19th century. The dairy makes about 65 wheels of manchego cheese per day.

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How Spanish Manchego Cheese Is Made At A 200-Year-Old Dairy | Regional Eats

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